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Source (Ian Griffiths' Weblog), posted 2010-11-15

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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-11-15

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Ian explains how WPF's RadioButton controls are scoped for grouping and shows several options for handling various grouping scenarios.
"I recently had an email from a Pluralsight On-Demand! customer about a problem with WPF’s RadioButton. (Yes, the italics and the exclamation mark are part of the brand, apparently…) I thought I’d post my response here, because it might be useful to a wider audience. Here’s the problem: if you use the GroupName property on some radio buttons in a user control, and you use that user control more than once in the same window, the radio buttons form a single group across the whole window—they are not scoped to the user control as you might expect."
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About Ian Griffiths' Weblog

Ian's blog focuses on various Silverlight and WPF topics.

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